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Getting Small Churches on Mission (Part 1)

The Great Commission is not only for the Mega Church. Although there is encouragement in knowing that churches are able to share messages in the public eye, we can often focus effort and attention to those large congregations and neglect the smaller churches that are present in each of our communities. Even though the resources in small churches are seemingly limited to those of their me...

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Fastest Growing Jobs of the Future: Forbes

What will people be doing in the next 10 years? Check out Forbes' list of the 10 "Fastest Growing Jobs of the Future". This quick-scroll slideshow gives you projections and growth stats for each of these leading professions. Some of these may surprise you! Click below to access the article.

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Passion Shouldn’t Be a Prerequisite for Work

At first glance, one cannot help but read and think... "What!? Of course we should be passionate about our jobs!" It's how we do our best work, right? Author Michaela O'Donnell Long shares her personal story with Relevant Magazine on how if she never took the quick jump into a side-startup, she would have never been able to go on the journey to discover her personal...

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How Can Christians Be Both Prophetic and Wise in the Workplace?

The following is an excerpt from thegospelcoalition.org: Darryl Williamson shares some wisdom on how to go about being a devoted employee, while also remaining a faithful witness to Christ in the workplace. - thegospelcoalition.org Darryl Williamson is the lead pastor of Living Faith Bible Fellowship in Tampa, Florida, a Council member of The Gospel Coalition, and is currently wor...

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Want to be a Marketplace worker on fire? Check out these tips

Charisma Magazine wrote an article intertwining the marketplace and God's growth to culturally expand marketplace workers. The article touches base on several ideals- here are the main ones: Business as a Means Business as a Mission Business as a Mandate Ways to Engage Check out the rest of the article in its entirety and feel free to check out more of each topic you feel...

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AAMC on : How to Succeed in Med School

The Association of American Medical Colleges paints a rather survivalistic approach as to how to get through medical school. Below are the 'highlights' of those tips and how to use your incredible specific medical field gift from the Lord in the workplace. 1. Attend all the orientation programming- Seems like common sense, right? 2. Identify and build relationships with mentors-...

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Not sure what do with your medical degree? Here are some suggestions!

Okay, you have your medical degree, what now? 'Student world online' has a list of varied suggestions as to what to do with that degree you worked so hard for.This list is very diverse which can be helpful to those who want to incorporate helping others but maybe not in the traditional 'doctor' sense. Health Journalist Volunteer Work Sports and Exercise Medicine Tra...

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Dear Christian, You've Been Called to Mission

"The call of God on our lives extends even to the ordinary activities and relationships of our station in life. Things like singleness or marriage, family, location and vocation, and church membership are not mere circumstances in the life of a disciple of Jesus, but aspects of God’s call on our lives to live for his glory." What does being "called" really mean? ...

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Modeling Christ in the Workplace Through Work Well Done

"Christians in the workplace should be motivated by our desire to glorify God and to inspire others to desire to know him. Work done well is uncommon, and it will be noticed by our colleagues and clients or patients." On The High Calling blog, several reasons why and ways are given to model Christ through excellency in our work. Working excellently in everyday jobs gives God glor...

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The Whole of the Whole Gospel

"In nothing has the church so lost Her hold on reality as in Her failure to understand and respect the secular vocation. She has allowed work and religion to become separate departments, and is astonished to find that, as a result, the secular work of the world is turned to purely selfish and destructive ends, and that the greater part of the world’s intelligent workers have become i...

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